Policing in America (Jonathan Blanks)

January 1, 2016

American policing is changing. Emerging technologies provide new methods both for police accountability and surveillance capabilities. Law enforcement scholars and practitioners continue to develop innovative strategies to address crime and disorder. In many cities, police agencies are wrestling with how to increase public safety while respecting the dignity of individuals, particularly in minority communities.

An array of law enforcement experts explore these issues and more at the Cato Institute’s conference “Policing in America.”

View the full event here: http://www.cato.org/events/policing-america.


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